I was listening last night to an Apple Music playlist of the top rock hits of 1986. I'd forgotten that the Police released a new version of Don't Stand So Close to Me that year. (Cleverly titled with 86 added.) It was a more downbeat version of their 1980 number 1 hit. It didn't do so well on the charts topping out in the UK at 24 and 46 in the US. It was released to coincide with a greatest hits compilation. It seems like a pretty lame cash in, to re-record one of your biggest hits just to sell more copies of your greatest hits album. Admittedly jazz folks do it frequently but it's less common in rock and pop. Can you think of other artist re-records, both good and not so good?